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Wednesday, July 15, 2015

Current PERM Processing Times as of June 1, 2015

The US Department of Labor tags a case once it is certified, denied, withdrawn or denied or certified-expired (they expire 6 months after approval so file your I-140 within that 6 months).  Trackitt posts statistics about DOL here:  http://stats.trackitt.com/

The latest update on PERM processing time as of June 1, 2015 is as follows:

Regular Processing:  7 months [adjudicating cases filed in/before  November 2014]  

Audited Applications: 18 months [adjudicating cases filed in/before December 2013]

Appealed applications (requests for reconsideration to the Certifying Officer):  2-3 months [adjudicating cases appealed in April  2015 (after a PERM case is denied and a request for appeal is sent to the Certifying Officer)]

“Government error” appealed applications.  Uncertain, but colleagues are reporting that adjudication is taking over 3 months.  Look for a response from DOL that the case is back in processing within 45 days of filing the PERM Appeal.


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